Emma Short and Isabella McMurray (Bedfordshire): Mobile Phone Harassment: An Exploration of Students’ Perceptions of Intrusive Texting Behavior. From Z Magazine, Laurence H. Shoup on finance capitalists, the CFR, and the Obama administration; Laura Kiesel on the environmental colonialism of Fiji Water and the Vatukoula Dump; and an interview with Helena Norberg-Hodge, director of the International Society for Ecology and Culture. From Cabinet, an interview with Angie Hobbs on the philosophical history of friendship. The pieces of the puzzle are falling into place: Marci Hamilton on Catholic officials, a global web of childhood sexual abuse, and the judgment of history. A look at 6 insane coincidences you won't believe actually happened. Ten years after Elian Gonzalez sparked an international crisis between the US and Cuba, Ed Vulliamy returns to Little Havana to chart the incredible story of a family tug of war that changed the course of history. From NYRB, Tony Judt on identity and "edge people". American Communion: Johnny Cash thought his recording career was over — then he met legendary producer Rick Rubin. Searching for Saddam: Why social network analysis hasn't led us to Osama Bin Laden. From Antiquity, a review of books on roads archaeology. The Bird, the Wave, and the Shaka: Tom Vanderbilt on reading the informal language of road signals. A review of Reinventing the Automobile: Personal Urban Mobility for the 21st Century by William J. Mitchell, Christopher E. Borroni-Bird, and Lawrence D. Burns and Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us) by Tom Vanderbilt (and review by Geoff Nicholson at Bookforum). From Grist, an interview with James Inhofe, Senate’s top skeptic, explains his climate-hoax theory.